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resident from pakistan was in a federal court room this afternoon so a judge could decide whether to keep him locked up. the 62-year-old is in fairfax and he's charged with failing to register as a foreign agent. the federal prosecutors believe he's been on the payroll of pakistan's spy agency for years. as andrea mccarren reports, he allegedly participated in a secret lobbying effort involving millions. >> if you're going to have an outfit in the state that you want to influence political matters, you put it in washington dc. >> reporter: influence peddling is nothing nw in washington, but in this case, the alleged money trail leads to an unusual source. >> it appears the money that is being used here, at least according to the allegations, is coming directly from the pakistani intelligence service. >> reporter: as the head of the council in dc, he made several campaign contributions to democratic and republican members of the house, including virginia congressman jim moran. he also sent checks to then presidential candidate's barack obama and al gore. oddly enough, the men's hair care p
though. >>> a man accused of spying for pakistan has been released on a $100,000 bond. a federal judge in alexandria placed seed fai under home detention with home monitoring. it outlines a conversation where he talks about how much cream he still needs to receive. espionage experts believe that's what's called an open code to name the amount of money needed. fai head of the american council in d. c. and that capacity he made donations to capitol hill lawmakers including jim moran. >>> congressman david woo is now bowing to calls for his resignation. according to his hometown newspaper a young woman says the oregon democrat forced himself on her back in november. but she never pressed charges. newspaper says woo told staff members the sexual encounter was consensual. >>> the latest your money report of the morning. >> that's what everybody is talking about is the debt ceiling and even wall street. >> that's right i mean this is the only game in right now. all bets -- town right now. all bets are off until this debt ceiling debate is resolved and yet again, investors hyperfocussed on ca
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